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The 13th Principle of the Baha’i Faith

 
The Baha’i Administration never fails to propagate about their plagiarized 12 principles, which are never practiced by the Baha’is. The only principle which the Baha’i administration and the Baha’is practice very religiously and effectively is the 13th unwritten principle of the Baha’i Faith and that is the Use of Baha’i women in attraction of potential converts to the Faith. A longtime Baha’i Mr. Dale Husband says: 

“I got sick of seeing how women are conditioned to flirt with any possible potential convert around. For the Baha’i administration, most worthy of women values are their bodies - which are conditioned to attract new followers to Baha’i faith”.

The Baha’i Moral classes are arranged so that the Baha’i teacher can use their charm to attract non Baha’is. We can see the innumerable number of Baha’i love stories doing rounds on the Net (bahai-scandals.blogspot.com/) where such love affairs with Baha’i teachers are descripted. The case of Sama Sabet (https://smartbahai.wordpress.com/) and Dilavara Mihrshahi (http://panchgani-bahais.blogspot.co.uk/2016/03/new-era-high-school-panchgani-centre-of.html) is not new to the Faith. The Baha’i women are programmed to trap wealthy, influential, capable non-Baha’is to the Faith. This is the prevalent culture worldwide and Baha’i Administration doesn’t think it bad. In fact Baha’i women successful in implementing this 13th unwritten principle are awarded by rise in the Administration.

Adultery, part of the 13th Principle, is deeply embossed in the Baha’i Administration. Top administrative body of the Baha'is prefer unmarried ladies to work for them. The eligibility of a lady Baha’i volunteer to work at the Baha’i World centre is to be unmarried, so she can be used by the members of Universal House of Justice and International Teaching Centre. Once these ladies pass the prime of their age they are returned back to their places where they live a miserable horrifying unmarried life for the rest of their life. Baha’i Administration calls this misuse of Baha’i ladies as "Service at the World Centre".

Baha'i ladies use their charm to make people believe their inflated census, false notion of injustice in Iran, narrate fake incidences to influence the people of higher standing in the society and obtain benefits like approval of cemetery, manipulate media reports on human rights, heritage status for their temples, minority rights, unnecessary benefits in Educational Institutions and so on. They have done this in almost every country where they exist.

Mr. Peter Khan the former UHJ member along with Hands of cause Mr. Aziz Yazdi use to kiss young girls in full view of the public. Many of the counselors are divorce/e and have had history of out of marriage relations. Delafruz Nassimova was seen being very intimate to Mr. Omid Seiosansian during her visit to India in Delhi some years back. Mr. Omid is very often praised by UHJ not for his teaching activities but the amount of efforts he puts in helping the Baha’i women to implement the 13th principle. Baha’i culture is that young girls rock in presence of the aged parents and grandparents with suggestive pelvic thrusts which are appreciated by NSA members and counselors. Once Mr. Fatheazam fired a community because there was no vulgar dance by young girls in their NDF. He found that NDF boring.

Again, the purpose of sending young unmarried Iranian girls to different parts of the globe is to see the implementation of this 13th principle effectively as Iranians Baha’is are good followers of Baha’i Administration.

Till today no Baha’i has been reprimanded by Baha’i administration due to sexual misconduct.  However the administration never fails to threaten a sincere Baha’i if he were to go against the wishes of UHJ. A Baha’i not following the 13th unwritten principle will be marked as faithless and will not be taken into Baha’i Administration if his wife is not willing to follow the 13th principle.
Looking at the Baha’i culture one can easily understand that it is not a Faith but a social club with a very specific and dangerous aim. A deep study into the Baha’i Faith will reveal Abdul Baha and Shoghi followed the same principle which the UHJ is implementing it with their counselors.

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